Sometimes I wake up and just want to crawl back into bed. This wasn’t one of those days! I woke up full of energy and creativity and thought it was the perfect day to take some photographs. So I threw on a vintage 1950s rose dress that I purchased forever ago but was never able to fit into until recently. There was no matching belt, but I found one in shades of grey and white and happened to have shoes that went perfectly with the belt. I threw my hair up in a bun, painted my lips red, and headed to the nearest rose garden. Sometimes a girl just feels like getting pretty and spending time surrounded by flowers.
I have been finding the most amazing floral print dresses recently so I am putting together a collection for you dolls to enjoy tomorrow. I adore a printed dress, especially when flowers are involved. But my favorites are when the bottom of the dress has a larger print then the top. I find it so chic. This is something I see fairly often in vintage dresses, but not in modern dresses. I wonder why? I am guessing it is due to the fact the manufacturer will loose a fair amount of fabric in the cutting process because the patterns have to laid very specifically on the cloth, as opposed to a solid textile where the pattern pieces can be cut from anywhere on the bolt. Whatever the case may be, I adore this dress and can’t wait to show you my floral dress round-up inspired by this dress tomorrow.